These days, I’ve been spending as much time as I can manage outside. I’m trying to store up the soft breezes and warmth on my skin. I give myself even more credit if I’m barefoot, because connecting with the ground feels freeing and strong at the same time. Join me on my Mexican blanket to contemplate any of these questions in support of making a thoughtful entry into the season of fall.
1. What is nourishment for the roots of my being?
2. How to savor the goodness of this time, complete with days shortening?
3. What wants to be harvested, in terms of insight and introspection?
Here’s to a considerate exit from summer into fall. If you want to share a key word or idea that emerges for you, based on one of these questions, I want to hear! Post it in the comments.